Multicultural indie pop group Cordelia & The Buffalo share new single

By on May 28, 2015
Cordelia & The Buffalo

Electro indie-pop band Cordelia & The Buffalo announce the release of their single “Take It Up A Notch,” which comes from their recently released self-titled debut EP. The band draws inspiration from Mexican Indian tribes and Native American cultures, using percussive instruments and Mayan flutes to create a tribal sound.

Cordelia & The Buffalo is the brainchild of Mexican-American musician, Cordelia, who brought the band together in 2011 with the goal of creating a fresh and unique new sound. Based in Boston, Cordelia & The Buffalo consists of Cordelia Vizcaino on vocals/synths, Yusuke Sato (guitar), Rodrigo Gramitto (guitar), Diego Diaz (drums), Dan McCallum (bass) and Dag Hanken (percussion/synths). Their 6-track debut EP was released in January 2015 and each single represents the stories of the band members’ journey to personal freedom. Currently, the band is preparing for upcoming tour dates in the Boston area, as well as the Osheaga Music Festival in Montreal.

After checking out a live show, Allston Pudding raved, “The group brought catchy compositions and a strong stage presence, all tied together with powerful vocals.” Stay tuned for future releases from Cordelia & The Buffalo!



“Cordelia and The Buffalo roll influences and momentum that span Mexican Indian tribes and Native American styles into the modes of pop that command the stages of the globe”
– Impose Magazine





Author: DaveHHM

Dave Luttrull: Owner/Editor in Chief of Hellhound Music. Star Wars nerd, Gamer, Destiny homer, blogger, writer and lover of all things music.